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Anne Duggan Senior Staff Specialist, Gastroenterology, John Hunter Hospital.


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Anne Duggan B.A. (Hons), Dip.
Ed, B.Med, MHP, FRACP, PhD Dr Anne Duggan Senior Staff Specialist, John Hunter Hospital, HNE Health Associate Director, Clinical Governance, HNE Health Conjoint Professor, University of Newcastle Professor Duggan is a consultant Gastroenterologist at John Hunter Hospital. Previously in her role as full time staff specialist and Head of Department at John Hunter Hospital, she established a database that has monitored over a number of years the outcomes of patients admitted with gastrointestinal haemorrhage. She continues her interest in GIH while working as a gastroenterologist part time. She has published extensively in Gastroenterology, particularly in the area of upper GI disease and epidemiology including co-authoring a textbook on the epidemiology of gastrointestinal disease. Professor Duggan has had a long interest in quality and safety and system improvement, previously working in NSW Health's Quality and Safety Branch and now as an Associate Director, Clinical Governance in HNE Health. She co-ordinates the quality improvement component of the Universities of Newcastle and New England's Joint Medical Program and co supervises the University of Newcastle's post graduate introductory course on Quality and Safety in Healthcare. Professor Duggan is currently a member of Council of the Gastroenterology Society of Australia, a member of the Royal Australasian College of Physician's Specialist Advisory Committee for Gastroenterology training and subspecialty editor for Gastroenterology for the Internal Medicine Journal.


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Dr Anne Duggan
Clinical Governance, HNE Health Dr Anne Duggan Clinical Governance, HNE Health Anne is a Senior Staff Specialist, Gastroenterologist at John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle and Associate Director, Clinical Governance, for Hunter New England Health, one of eight Area Health Service in NSW, Australia. Anne has a strong interest in quality and safety, system improvement and redesign and, medical education. She has a Master of Health Planning from the University of NSW and has previously worked as a medical advisor to the Quality and Safety Branch of NSW Health. Anne has co-supervised the University of Newcastle's post graduate introductory course on Quality and Safety in Healthcare and currently co-ordinates the quality improvement component of the Universities of Newcastle and New England's Joint Medical Program. Anne is Conjoint Professor School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle. She is a member of Council of the Gastroenterology Society of Australia and Chair of the Society's Digestive Health Foundation for consumer education. Anne has published over 50 peer reviewed papers, four book chapters and one book. She is currently subspecialty editor for Gastroenterology for the Australasian College of Physician's Internal Medicine Journal.


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Dr Anne Duggan
Dr Anne Duggan Clinical Governance, HNE Health Anne is a Senior Staff Specialist, Gastroenterologist at John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle and Associate Director, Clinical Governance, for Hunter New England Health, one of eight Area Health Service in NSW, Australia. Anne has a strong interest in quality and safety, system improvement and redesign and, medical education. She has a Master of Health Planning from the University of NSW and has previously worked as a medical advisor to the Quality and Safety Branch of NSW Health. Anne has co-supervised the University of Newcastle's post graduate introductory course on Quality and Safety in Healthcare and currently co-ordinates the quality improvement component of the Universities of Newcastle and New England's Joint Medical Program. Anne is Conjoint Professor School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle. She is a member of Council of the Gastroenterology Society of Australia and Chair of the Society's Digestive Health Foundation for consumer education. Anne has published over 50 peer reviewed papers, four book chapters and one book. She is currently subspecialty editor for Gastroenterology for the Australasian College of Physician's Internal Medicine Journal.


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Dr Anne Duggan
Dr Anne Duggan Clinical Governance, HNE Health Anne is a Senior Staff Specialist, Gastroenterologist at John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle and Associate Director, Clinical Governance, for Hunter New England Health, one of eight Area Health Service in NSW, Australia. Anne has a strong interest in quality and safety, system improvement and redesign and, medical education. She has a Master of Health Planning from the University of NSW and has previously worked as a medical advisor to the Quality and Safety Branch of NSW Health. Anne has co-supervised the University of Newcastle's post graduate introductory course on Quality and Safety in Healthcare and currently co-ordinates the quality improvement component of the Universities of Newcastle and New England's Joint Medical Program. Anne is Conjoint Professor School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle. She is a member of Council of the Gastroenterology Society of Australia and Chair of the Society's Digestive Health Foundation for consumer education. Anne has published over 50 peer reviewed papers, four book chapters and one book. She is currently subspecialty editor for Gastroenterology for the Australasian College of Physician's Internal Medicine Journal.


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